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Developed by MyPath the 'Maths, Why Bother?' resource aims to help Maths teaching staff to show students the explicit links between the maths curriculum and the world of work.
These resources have been created by curriculum subject experts from Academies Enterprise Trust through collaboration with Pinewood Studios to engage and support students in learning by placing teaching points in the context of the world of work
These lesson plans, developed with Seddon Construction, support the implementation of careers into the curriculum in Maths in year 11.
AMSP have created a suite of resource, which allow Maths teachers to link curriculum learning to careers. Included is an exciting set of videos, which showcase the maths in different careers. Each video is paired with a resource, for students to get a real taste of what the job may entail
NUSTEM have created a series of worksheets with explicit links to curriculum topics that can be used to introduce topics or as homework/plenary tasks, etc. Careers Leaders can share these resources easily with STEM teaching colleagues to support them to link curriculum learning to careers.
The Gatsby report identified eight benchmarks of good career guidance, one of which was linking curriculum to careers. Careers in the curriculum describes a range of interventions which allow students to encounter career learning as part of their everyday school curriculum, but what impact is it having and what are the lessons for best practice?
Developed by the Hub team in East Sussex this resource contains lesson plans and accompanying scheme of work to support embedding Careers within the curriculum in English
This resource accompanies BM 4 Masterclass and supports Career Leaders and Enterprise Advisers to embed careers across the curriculum via 3 approaches. The resource breaks down each of the approaches and includes supporting resource of audit tools and checklists
These resources have been developed by Stoke City Football Club to support embedding Careers within the curriculum in KS3.
Students will work in small teams to complete a wide range of tasks in order to stage the biggest and best festival ever! Working alongside leading practitioners, a series of free resources, lesson plans, films and activities have been created to bust the myths surrounding careers in the creative sector and provide a wider understanding of the less traditional, yet in-demand, roles.
Make exploring the world of work more engaging via gamification. Panjango Online is designed to demonstrate the importance of education in a fun way.
Watch this webinar and use the accompanying Careers in the Curriculum Modelling Tool Guide to support embedding Careers in the Curriculum